Was ist Deutsch?: German Cultural Identity Before Goethe.
Panel for the SAMLA Convention,
15-17 November 2002, Baltimore.
Please email a short (150-250 word) abstract to
arrive by 29 April 2002 and indicate if you will need special audio/visual equipment. Panelists will be notified of acceptance on 30 April 2002.
Papers employing non-traditional approaches to
German texts and contexts, investigations of non-
canonical texts, and cross-disciplinary explorations
are especially welcome. Papers should have a
maximum reading length of 20 minutes.
SAMLA is the Southeast regional association of the Modern Language Association. All panelists must become members of the SAMLA by 1 July 2002 in order to receive pre-registration materials for the 2002 convention.
David Luther Smith
CB 3160, 417 Dey Hall
Department of Germanic Languages
U of North Carolina
Chapel Hill NC 27599-3160
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